3 Memory Care Facilities in Chelan County, WA

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Blossom Creek Memory Care

Provides: Memory Care
1740 Madison Street, Wenatchee, WA 98801
"Blossom Creek Memory Care is all brand-new and clean. The cafeteria was very nice, and the rooms were nice. The lady who showed me around seemed very bright, and I saw all the orderlies helping..." More

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Mountain Meadows Senior Living Campus

Provides: Memory Care
320 Park Avenue, Leavenworth, WA 98826
"Mountain Meadows Senior Living Campus is nestled in the center of Leavenworth Washington. This Bavarian style village is known for its festivals, beautiful surrounding alpine hills and canyons and..." More

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Kadie Glen Assisted Living

Provides: Memory Care
451 North Baker Avenue, East Wenatchee, WA 98801
"Whether you are a Boomer seeking the best for your mom, a senior interested in securing your own future care, or someone who enjoys the companionship and wisdom of elders-you have started in the..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Chelan County

  • Review of Blossom Creek Memory Care

    Blossom Creek Memory Care is all brand-new and clean. The cafeteria was very nice, and the rooms were nice. The lady who showed me around seemed very bright, and I saw all the orderlies helping peo... Read more

    Scott
  • Review of Blossom Creek Memory Care

    Blossom Creek is excellent. There’s a memory care unit and many activities for the residents. The food is really good, the rooms are really nice, and the staff is really attentive. They seem to do ... Read more

    Julie
  • Review of Blossom Creek Memory Care

    Blossom Creek was more of a lockdown facility. They seem to have nice people working there and plenty of activities. The director was wonderful. They didn’t take my mother because they didn’t feel ... Read more

    Ginny9

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